Thank you Beaufort County!
This year we were able to provide gifts to 337 local children!Please contact the CAPA office, 843.524.4350, if you’d like to host an Angel Tree in 2014.
Each year, CAPA’s Angel Tree program provides gifts for hundreds of local children. The participating children are either residents of CAPA’s Open Arms Shelter, Beaufort County foster children, have an open treatment case with DSS, are in the Youth Advocacy Program, are part of ACCESS Network, or their caregivers are participating in CAPA’s parenting programs.
Each child may ask for three items ($25 limit per item) or one big item (ex: bicycle). To help, pick up a tag, fulfill the wish and return the unwrapped item to the tree location.
We would like to thank all of the businesses and organizations that made the 2013 Angel Tree program a huge success!
AHTNA Technical Service, Beaufort & Port Royal Weddings & Events, Belfair Women’s Group, Belk Beaufort, Berkeley Hall Club, Bluffton Gardeners, CAPA’s Closet, Carolina Moving & Storage, Coldwell Banker Platinum Partners, Ferguson Bath Kitchen and Lighting Gallery, First (Scots) Independent Presbyterian Church, Gilligan’s Seafood Restaurant, Hampton Hall Book Club, Lady’s Island Garden Club, Lowcountry Bicycles, Lowcountry Day Preschool & Camp, Lulu Burgess, Main Street Café, Oldfield Club, Port Royal Fire Department, Red Cedar Elementary teachers, Riverview Baptist Church, Rotary Club of the Lowcountry, Sea Pines Montessori, Sea Pines Resort, Simply Southern, St. Peter’s Catholic School 5th Graders, Technical College of the Lowcountry, The Hair Designers, The Owners Club of Hilton Head, The Preserve at Port Royal, Truffles at Belfair, USCB, and Walmart Beaufort.